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Date Registered: 05-2011
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Well guy's i found out the hard way today about the bearings and drive shaft's Mine snapped off this avo right behind the nut.The annoying thing is i check it very regularly cause when my dad owned the car ,Nissan replaced the bearing twice.But my drive shaft stayed put i drove from Penrith to Hazelbrook around 30klm with out an issue i figured what ever broke is broke now.
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When i pulled every thing apart found that the bearing started to seize up causing heat expansion onto the drive shaft and breaking at its weakest part the thread.So in order to keep an eye on it you would need to pull the drive hub off and check your bearings for grease and or dirt which i think most people wont do including myself but i think if you check your free spin on your hub you should be able to tell if its on its way out.
I hope no one has to go through this exercise because it cost me $1600 for a new drive shaft and wheel bearing from Nissan something i could have done without this close to Christmas and New year


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Date Registered: 05-2011
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I hope no one has to go through this exercise because it cost me $1600 for a new drive shaft and wheel bearing from Nissan



Damn, I take it that price wasn't Nissan doing the work?

Thanks for that link jalalski emoticon

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No Bob that's supply only and they don't have any driveshafts in Sydney Nissan had to order it out of Melbourne .
The price for one bearing is $77.39 but because this is a standard bearing you can pick it up cheaper at a Bearing supply shop ask for a :NKN AU0908-2 .when you do your bearing check for wear on your Hub where the bearing sits in case the bearing has spun on the hub like mine has done previously but was reassembled without being replaced.
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I just got a price from my bearing supplier $48 each they have to come from Melbourne so time is needed to get them in if you order one or two and can wait he will put them in his order and you don't pay freight
Sydney Bearing Supplies Pty Ltd
4/ 130 Forester Rd St Marys NSW 2760
(02) 9623 9600

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Date Registered: 10-2011
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I haven't had a chance to look at the actual car as yet but checking the T31 service manual shows the hub set up to be very similar to the T30 - with the exception that the hub and bearing are shown as a single unit rather than a hub with replaceable bearing.
I assume if you require a new bearing you buy a hub unit with bearing in place.
The locking method for the retaining nut ( or lack of locking method) seems the same as the T30. The retaining nut is not particularly tight either - tightening torque about 90 ft lb.



Almost forgot about, new Nissan Navara D40 series has hub and bearings as a complete unit, It annoyed couple of folks in UK... after failed bearings.
I think they went that way for all post 2006 models.

PS. Where you can get and what is the part no for that crown washer??

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I know this is quite an old post - but I'm in the midst of overhauling the rear brakes to solve a "rubbing" sound on hard cornering (mountain winding roads)

This makes me worry that it might be hub/wheel bearing issues...


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Date Registered: 10-2006
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Hi Guys,
Sorry for the delay.
Here is a pic showing the crown I mentioned in my post above
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Someone with a T30 may want to try and fit it on their hub to see if it fits.



Yep, when I replaced my front driveshafts recently, I went to my local dealer to check the part numbers for the hub nut and pin on both the T30 and the T31. They are the same, so it is correct to assume the crown also fits.
Got some and fitted them to my T30. Perfect fit.
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Part number is 402631CA0A

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Good stuff Kev.

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Date Registered: 10-2015
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hi guy's
i am new on this forum, and own a 2002 t/30 , all the problem i read in this forum apply to my car, also the broken axel. My question to you is ; do i understand it correctly that it is an bearing that causes the problem in the first place?
and my second question ; where cann i order the crown, because the dealers in Europe use other numbers for the parts, the part is Nissan"s ?
I am putting on new covers on my front axes , is it wise to use locktight on the hub-nut or not.
The last time i used it on the nut we tightened it with a large pipe to realy put it tight, this resulted in a broken axel. emoticon emoticon
i wil put in a new bearing on the right wheel now that i read all this.
The main cause of my problem wil probably the parking of my work, i have to park my car 15 story's high, all left-hand turns, so all the weight of the car is put on the right front wheel every corner.
A lot of my friends at work have problems with steering/suspencion/bearings
hope to get a reply from you, sorry for my english, greetz Mars from the Netherlands
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Date Registered: 10-2006
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Hello Mars,

The part number is a Nissan part number and your dealer should be able to get them for you.

Yes, the problem of the wheel separating from the hub is a bearing problem, not a hub nut problem. Always buy good brand bearings.
It seems that your right bearing gets a lot of load on it constantly and if many of your other work mates also have the same problem in other vehicles then it seems to be related to your carpark entry/exit. I can only suggest you drive slower around it to lessen the loading on the bearing or check it more frequently.
You may also need to replace the hub incase the failed bearing has damaged it causing the fit not to be correct which could cause early failure.

In regards to how you tighten your hub nut, it seems you could be causing the problem yourself by over-tightening the hub nut when you install it. Please refer to a service manual and tighten it to the correct torque which will ensure it is not too tight nor too loose.

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Date Registered: 10-2015
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thanx Kevfor the info
i will let you know how it works out
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